Right now, providers may find more flexibility in Medicare appeals.
New waivers have made many of your Medicare appeal issues addressable. The catch is, this flexibility may be temporary during the current COVID-19 crisis so practices may need to act quickly even during reduced operations.
Healthcare law attorney, Wayne J. Miller, Esq., can help navigate the waiver environment. During his upcoming online training session on Thursday, May 14th at 3 pm ET, he’ll provide you with proven, step-by-step strategies to address Medicare appeal issues.
Here are just a few of the waiver-related questions you’ll get answered by attending this upcoming 60-minute online training:
- How can you get more time to prepare and file first and second level appeals?
- What procedural errors can be corrected today that used to be non-fixable?
- How does the 1135 waiver impact Medicare appeals during the COVID-19 crisis?
- What is the revised deadline to appeal your claims and prevent recoupment?
- How long will waiver allowances last?
- What options are available for medical groups unable to pay Medicare debt?
- How has the national emergency impacted Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) cases?
- And so much more…
Staff shortages and courts out of session may delay the processing of your appeals, but the temporary waivers provide some relief for providers. You can implement waiver regulations to overcome these challenges. By attending this session, you’ll know exactly the hoops to jump through to improve your chances under Medicare appeals.
By attending this upcoming online training you’ll learn how to leverage waivers to improve your Medicare appeal experience.
Hurry! Seats are limited to ensure each attendee has time to ask Wayne the questions they need answered. Sign up today.
Wayne has focused his practice in the areas of health care regulatory, administrative and transactional law throughout his nearly 30-year career. He has particular expertise in business, regulatory, certification and administrative matters for health care facilities. He also represents health care related businesses and for advisors and consultants to the health care industry.
In addition to his law degree, Wayne has a Masters Degree and experience in health care administration. He has served as editor and advisor for, or has been cited in, many national publications, including Medical Economics, Eli Research publications, FDAnews, the Ingenix Ambulatory Payment Report, the Health Care Law Sourcebook and the Health Care Law Newsletter. Wayne has been a featured speaker on national teleconferences sponsored by The Coding Institute and other organizations for many years.